enty — seven bushels of wheat, and four thousand five hundred pounds of bacon.
All rebel gangs not captured were driven by Col. Wright down to Standwaith, a point on the line of the Indian territory, twenty-five miles below Neosho.--Missouri Democrat, April 12.
Throughout the loyal States, large sums of money were raised for the relief of the wounded at the battle of Pittsburgh Landing, and tenders of surgical aid were made from various portions of the States.--National Intelligencer, April 11.
A skirmish occurred at Whitemarsh Island, near Savannah, Ga., between some companies of the Thirteenth Georgia regiment and a Michigan regiment, resulting in the repulse of the latter, with the loss of about twenty.
The confederates' loss in killed and missing was five; slightly wounded, seven.--Savannah News, April 16.
The Conscription Bill passed the rebel Congress this day.--Richmond Dispatch, April 10.--(Doc. 123.)
Governor Andrew Johnson, at Nashville, Tennessee, iss